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Hi there i have an archos 605 wifi and a gen 5 docking station and i cannot set them up with my samsung le32r8 tv please help

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I get it why people have to go around asking experts directly(your not the only one).

Can you tell me the connectors behind your television

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  • Ekse Jun 03, 2008

    I don't get it why people have to go around asking experts directly.



    anyways tell me the connectors.

  • Ekse Jun 03, 2008

    is this your tv?

    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/128474/sho...



    Looking at your tv and the docking station..

    TV has

    Component, composite, HDMI, S-Video, SCART





    Dock has

    audio output (stereo analog, SPDIF), video output (composite, S-video, RGB, Y Pr Pb),



    you basicly need audio - Stereo 3.5"mm to composite adapter

    Video - ither S-video cable between the dock and tv OR, just composite cables for examble.





  • Ekse Jun 04, 2008

    Sorry If I was rude, tooth problems, kept wakeing me up every 10-20 minutes. Let me know hows it going.

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